Conan O’Brien Banned to Rest as Conan O’Brien Must Go Renewed

Conan O’Brien Banned to Rest as Conan O’Brien Must Go Renewed
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Conan O’Brien’s work must continue, Max’s overlords said today, as the streamer announced – as part of its much larger initial presentation – that O’Brien’s recent travel show, Conan O’Brien must go, was extended for a second season, or even longer. While the first season of the series, which saw O’Brien travel the world to meet fans in Ireland, Argentina, Thailand and Norway, only cursed O’Brien for four episodes of his long stay, this new episode will prolong its sinister duties. to six as-yet-unknown locales.

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O’Brien, at least, is ready to put a happy face on his endless work through this merciless blue marble, noting in the renewal announcement that “This last travel show has been so fun and rewarding that I suspected that it was just a simple traveling spectacle. cruel prank. My apologies in advance to the next six countries.

In all honesty, the first season of Conan must go It was also great fun for viewers, taking the infectious energy of many of O’Brien’s legendary on-location shoots on his various talk shows and broadcasting it to a much larger world. Sure, he’s been on typical travel shows, like visiting the farm where his great-grandfather once worked or taking tango lessons in Argentina. But always with the aim of creating the comic chaos that man always clearly looking forward to, so many decades later. In fact, one of the biggest criticisms of the show’s first season was that it only lasted four episodes. So while we may worry a little about O’Brien being contractually obligated to circle the planet endlessly, we’ll be more than happy to do so. enjoy the results.

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